Submitted by Betty Wilson on Mon, 11/14/2022 - 13:06

Four female friends have worked together for forty years for an organization known as the Museum.  Most people have no idea this organization even exists.  It was formed just after WWII and its original objective was to locate Nazis and kill them.  Then they branched out and started killing other bad people who they felt needed killing.  That's what these four female friends did...they killed people.  But now, they're sixty-some years old and the Museum felt they should retire, so they've sent the ladies on a lavish retirement cruise.  However, these ladies still have a lot on the ball and


Submitted by Betty Wilson on Mon, 11/14/2022 - 12:50

Pinky is not your average private investigator.  In fact, nothing about Pinky is average, but she seems to have finally found her niche being  a PI for longtime family friend, Rik.  Rik finally has a case that could launch his little firm into the big time.  The local police chief is being accused by three officers of trading sex for promotions.  The twist here is that the chief is a woman.  A woman that someone wants to have removed from office.


Submitted by Betty Wilson on Mon, 10/03/2022 - 14:31

Jodi Bishop is trying to do it all.  She is a successful real estate agent, a wife and mother and she's trying to take care of her aging parents, which is particularly challenging because of her mother's illness and her father's controlling nature.  When Jodi finally seeks assistance in caring for her parents, she feels blessed to find Elyse, a lively widow who is more than capable of taking care of her mother and who even charms her hard-to-please father.  But now Elyse seems to be trying to keep Jodi away.  And is that her mother's watch that Elyse is wearing?  I hadn't read a Joy Fieldin


Submitted by Betty Wilson on Mon, 10/03/2022 - 14:19

When Margot was six years old, her best friend disappeared from her Wakarusa, Indiana, home only to be found dead in a ditch hours later.  No one was ever charged with her murder.  Margot never thought she'd be returning, but she's back in town to take care of her uncle, the man who raised her.  Margot's now an investigative reporter and when a young girl goes missing from the next town, Margot sees a possible connection between her and her friend's case from 20 years ago.  When Margot starts asking questions about her friend's death, she discovers some people may not want the truth to come


Submitted by Betty Wilson on Thu, 09/01/2022 - 12:57

Kit has worked hard to keep anyone from finding out about her unfortunate childhood.  Abandoned as an infant, she went from foster home to foster home until she crossed paths with a charismatic small-time criminal who took her under his wing.  Manny took care of her and made her feel wanted for the first time in her life.  In return, Kit willingly joined Manny in his life on the run.  But when Kit finds out she's pregnant, everything changes.  Now Kit is the mother of a thirteen-year-old girl, Manny has just been released from prison and this "changed man" is intent on finding his old partn


Submitted by Betty Wilson on Thu, 09/01/2022 - 12:19

A young enslaved groom is there for the birth of a foal on a dark Kentucky night in 1850, unaware that this horse will change his life.  This horse will become a legend in the world of racing.  A portrait of the horse will touch the life of an art gallery owner in 1950's New York.  And in present day Washington D.C., a scientist studying the horse's skeleton bonds with an art historian studying equestrian art and the Black men who appear in a painting with the infamous horse.  These stories intertwine to tell the story of Lexington, one of horse racing's greatest ever.  I was somewhat intim


Submitted by Betty Wilson on Thu, 07/28/2022 - 10:56

Six years ago, while Andrew Mason was away on an overnight fishing trip with a buddy, his wife, Brie, disappeared from their home.  The police looked hard at Andrew, but couldn't find enough evidence to charge him with her murder.  After some tough times, Andrew pulled himself together, moved out of town and settled into a serious relationship with someone new.  But today he got a phone call from his old neighbor.  A woman who looked an awful lot like Brie showed up in front of what used to be their house.  Could it really be Brie?  And if it is, where has she been all this time?  And what


Submitted by Betty Wilson on Thu, 07/28/2022 - 10:49

Ruby Simon is an anti-hero.  She may have killed three people but they all deserved it.  And she's never been suspected of any wrongdoing until now.  Now she's sitting in a police station being accused of a murder she didn't commit - her husband's.  Will her past indiscretions come to light and make her appear guilty the only time she's truly innocent?  Ruby isn't your typical murderer; she just likes to set thing right.  This is a smart, original and entertaining debut.  It was refreshing to read something that didn't remind me of a half dozen other books.

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